[python-win32] Python for System Administration

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Dec 12 15:20:28 CET 2006


Simon Dahlbacka wrote:
>>
>>
>> > Unsurprisingly perhaps, a lot of my recommendations
>> > involve WMI. Now I've no idea if WMI is still a concept
>> > under .NET or how it's invoked if it is. At present,
>> > you use the pywin32 GetObject method to invoke it.
>> > Is that still possible under IronPython? Or is there
>> > some -- possibly built-in -- equivalent?
>> >
>>
>> I've not used WMI before (although I've browsed your work before and
>> *nearly* used it a few times).
>>
>> I assume they are in unmanaged code ?
> 
> 
> 
> ..isn't the stuff in System.Management for WMI things, and thus probably 
> the
> way to look into when wanting to use IronPython ?
> 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/02/05/WMIMan/

Looks like it. Thanks.

I should be able to create/translate some good examples from here.

Fuzzy

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> 
> Simon
> 
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